WWII German Militaria, Nazi Relics and Other Items
Wednesday, April 21
P.O. Box 261
Cambridge, MN 55008
WWII GERMAN RELICS WANTED!We Pay You Today!
Call or Text: 763-689-1146
Military Warehouse does NOT support or glorify Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or any such movement or group. War souvenirs like these were brought home by our victorious American G.I.s in 1945.
ORIGINAL PRE-1945 WAR RELICS
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Original Nazi War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords
This is a near excellent War Merit Cross with a lovely bronze finish to the highly detailed cross. The near excellent ribbon features a steel mounting pin and base sewn onto the ribbon's reverse side. Item #1110-5
Our price...$45 SOLD
Original Nazi Captured P.38 Pistol Holster with G.I.s Name and Political Eagle
This is a nice "G.I. captured" P.38 black leather hardshell pistol holster by Rudolf Fischer, Lederwarenfabrik, Lengefeld. The holster features the stamped maker code "eue 43" and WaA 300 eagle/swastika marking along with a "P38" marking. The G.I.'s name "William Michel" is etched onto the inside top cover. Apparently the G.I. affixed a nice aluminum political eagle/swastika badge onto the front flap, with the flap closing strap broken off below the swastika. There is one small puncture hole (shrapnel damage?) to the extra magazine pocket, and some flap edge damage next to the magazine pocket. The stitching along the closing flap top back edge has worn off. Otherwise this is a nice holster and true WWII wartime souvenir. Item #0413-2
Original Nazi SA Dagger Dated 1940 with RZM M7/66 Maker's Code
This is an extremely fine SA dagger featuring a lovely unsharpened blade with sharp straight tip and most of its cross-graining present. No edge dings on the blade. The blade has a nice sharp frosted "Alles für Deutschland" motto, and has the RZM maker's code "M7/66 1940" (Carl Eickhorn, Solingen maker). The shaped brown wood grip rates near excellent with a nickel eagle/swastika inset and no chips on the brown enameled SA rune button. The pommel nut has some finish browning. The undented scabbard body retains about 95% of its original brown paint finish. The nickel scabbard fittings are undented and have all four original scabbard screws present. Some finish wear on the scabbard ring. Item #0413-1
Our price...$525 SOLD
Original Nazi Luftwaffe EM Signals Peaked Visor Hat by Dietrich Müller
This is a very fine private purchase Luftwaffe peaked visor hat with a near excellent blue/grey cloth body. The "burnt orange" color piping for Signals has some scattered small moth nips. The hat has a black, patent leather chinstrap with black-painted clips and sliding length adjustment buckles. This smaller-sized hat has a black ribbed cloth hat band rating near excellent. The front metal insignia rate near excellent. The front hard black visor also rates near excellent with a protective edge strip machine-sewn onto the visor. The golden yellow inner lining is complete, and has the clear celluloid sweat diamond with the hat maker's name "Dietrich Müller, Kladow, Kladower Damm 387". The sweat diamond has a couple small cracks and small edge chip. The leather sweat band is complete and supple with some sweat stains. A superb hat by a scarcer maker. Item #0814-7, 1204-3.
Our price...$550 SOLD
Original Nazi Knitted Wool Pillowcase, and "Vintage" Stocking Cap
This is a very interesting set consisting of a near excellent pre-1945 German knitted wool pillow case in the national colors with a large knitted black swastika within the knitted center white circle. This pillow case measures about 17 1/2" x 17 3/4" and has a black satin cloth backing with an open end to insert the pillow. The second item is a "vintage" (date and place of manufacture unknown) near excellent knitted wool stocking cap in the German national colors with the black swastika within the knitted white circle. The workmanship on this knitted cap is outstanding.
Our price...$375 set
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